Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry was cleared to practice with the Chiefs, months after he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. The Star’s Terez A. Paylor and CineSport’s Brian Clark discussed the news and previewed camp.
Nearly eight months after he was officially diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma, Chiefs safety Eric Berry will return to the practice field on Wednesday. The team announced in a news release Tuesday night that Berry has been cleared to practice on Wednesday with the quarterbacks, rookies and injured players.
For a guy who plays a position that requires composure during high-pressure situations, Chiefs rookie long snapper Andrew East was a nervous wreck when he proposed to Olympic gymnastics gold medalist Shawn Johnson at a recent Chicago Cubs game.
Chris Conley, a Chiefs rookie wide receiver, wasn’t going to let himself fall behind the pack before his first NFL camp began. “It’s just been a non-stop grind since then,” he said Tuesday, the day rookies and quarterbacks reported to training camp at Missouri Western State University.
The third year of the Andy Reid-John Dorsey regime is set to commence Tuesday, when rookies and quarterbacks report to training camp. After a busy offseason full of wheeling and dealing, the goal is once again clear — playoffs or bust.
Here’s everything you need to know about Kansas City Chiefs training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, including position battles, story lines, parking, admission, fees, practice schedules, autographs, directions and more. The first open-to-the-public workout is scheduled for Aug. 1.
The Chiefs currently have 89 players on their roster for training camp, which starts Tuesday when rookies and quarterbacks report to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Here’s a countdown of the the top five position battles heading into camp.
You might bump into Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson at the Chiefs’ training camp this summer, or at their games this fall. Her fiancee, Chiefs rookie long-snapper Andrew East, popped the question on Friday.
The Chiefs have a new vice president of stadium operations. The team announced Monday that it has hired Tim Hassett Hassert away from the Pittsburgh Penguins to serve in the role, which was vacated when David Young left to become the vice president of operations/general manager of CenturyLink Field, which is the home of the Seattle Seahawks.
KC Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston signed a $101 million contract extension with the Chiefs on Wednesday. Current Georgia players appreciate the graciousness Houston has shown during visits to Athens, Ga.
The Kansas City Star’s Terez Paylor and CineSport’s Noah Coslov discuss linebacker Justin Houston’s $101 million deal with the Chiefs by detailing what it means for the team and expected reaction from around the NFL.
The SEC Network and ESPN Films announced Tuesday that it would debut five new SEC Storied documentaries on Tuesdays in September. One will feature former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam and another will chronicle the life and death of former Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas.